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London 2012 Olympic Games Men’s TT Full Results – Wiggins Takes Gold

by pedalmag.com
August 01, 2012 (London, UK) – Tour de France winner, Bradley Wiggins (Great Britain), gave the home town crowd what they came for delivering a resounding gold medal performance in the men’s 44km ITT leaving no doubt as to who is in charge. Tony Martin (Germany), the reigning men’s world TT champ came closest at 42s behind Wiggins with the winner’s Sky Procycling and GBR teammate Christopher Froome adding icing to the cake winning the bronze. Canadian star, Ryder Hesjedal, did not have one of his best days finishing 28th.

Results

1. Bradley Wiggins (Great Britain)  50:39.5
2. Tony Martin (Germany)  00:42.0
3. Christopher Froome (Great Britain)  01:08.3
4. Taylor Phinney (United States of America)  01:58.5
5. Marco Pinotti (Italy)  02:09.7
6. Michael Rogers (Australia)  02:11.8
7. Fabian Cancellara (Switzerland)  02:14.2
8. Bert Grabsch (Germany)  02:38.5
9. Jonathan Castroviejo Nicolas (Spain)  02:49.8
10. Janez Brajkovic (Slovenia)  03:30.2
11. Lieuwe Westra (Netherlands)  03:40.1
12. Vasil Kiryienka (Belarus)  03:50.7
13. Edvald Boasson Hagen (Norway)  03:51.3
14. Lars Ytting Bak (Denmark)  03:53.7
15. Jakob Fuglsang (Denmark)  03:54.9
16. Gustav Larsson (Sweden)  03:55.7
17. Philippe Gilbert (Belgium)  04:00.4
18. Nelson Filipe Santos Simoes Oliveira (Portugal)  04:02.0
19. Jack Bauer (New Zealand)  04:14.6
20. Denis Menchov (Russian Federation)  04:19.7
21. Ramunas Navardauskas (Lithuania)  04:32.8
22. Lars Boom (Netherlands)  04:50.2
23. Alexandr Vinokurov (Kazakhstan)  04:57.5
24. Fumiyuki Beppu (Japan)  05:01.1
25. Maciej Bodnar (Poland)  05:10.1
26. Magno Prado Nazaret (Brazil)  05:11.2
27. David McCann (Ireland)  05:24.2
28. Ryder Hesjedal (Canada)  05:26.6
29. Sylvain Chavanel (France)  05:28.1
30. Michael Albasini (Switzerland)  05:58.8
31. Assan Bazayev (Kazakhstan)  06:01.2
32. Luis Leon Sanchez Gil (Spain)  06:19.6
33. Tomas Aurelio Gil Martinez (Venezuela)  06:25.6
34. Mouhcine Lahsaini (Morocco)  06:45.7
35. Fabio Andres Duarte Arevalo (Colombia)  06:54.7
36. Alireza Haghi (Islamic Republic of Iran)  07:01.9
37. Ahmet Akdilek (Turkey)  08:31.7





1 Comments For This Post

  1. Urban Cyclist, BC, Canada says:

    Wiggins and Froome have had a great Summer. Congratulations to them both on their TDF and Olympic successes. They’ve gained a lot of well earned respect for British cycling.

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